|16th of November 2008 (Sun)||#1|
Join Date: Apr 2008
Can I manually enter the latitude, longitude, and altitude with Gpicsync?
I kind of want to try out this tool, but I'm not sure if I can manually enter those coordinates. Anyone here tried their software?
|17th of November 2008 (Mon)||#2|
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Kent, UK
Re: Can I manually enter the latitude, longitude, and altitude with Gpicsync?
I use it, but so far I've only ever used it to match my GPS tracks to my photos, which it does very well.
I'll have a look to see if it has the option to enter data manually, though I imagine any decent EXIF manager would allow you to do that.
ETA Have just had a look, and in the tools menu there is an 'Exif writer' option which allows you to enter lat. long and altitude.
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Last edited by Sorarse : 17th of November 2008 (Mon) at 11:04.
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